Top construction economists join forces to deliver quarterly update
On July 23, expert economists from Reed Construction Data (www.reedconstructiondata.com/), the Associated General Contractors (AGC) of America (www.agc.org/) and the American Institute of Architects (www.aia.org/) join forces to host “Turning Points in Construction”, a complimentary webcast sponsored by Georgia-Pacific Dens (www.gpdens.com/) focused on the key factors affecting the recovery of the construction industry.
The webcast will follow chief economists Jim Haughey (Reed Construction Data), Ken Simonson (AGC of America) and Kermit Baker (American Institute of Architects) as they answer tough questions including:
When will stimulus spending be enough to stop the construction decline?Will credit stay cheap long enough to permit a good start to the recovery?When will confidence be high enough to sustain a recovery?Is the housing market ready to recover?
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